“Captain Rishabh Pant To Win This Series”- Twitter Reacts As Australia Announces 5-Match Home Test Series Against India For 2024

In a pleasing development for Test cricket, Cricket Australia has announced that the Indian cricket team will compete with the Aussies in a five-match Test series during the year 2024. Generally, the Border/Gavaskar Trophy series comprises four Test matches, but in 2024, fans will witness a five-match series.


It has been a long time since the Indian cricket team played in a five-match Test series. The last time when India toured Australia for a Test series, the Indian squad was depleted due to many injury issues. The team management had to use the net bowlers to complete the playing XI for the final Test match.

Despite all the problems and facing a full-strength Australian squad without captain Virat Kohli in the last three Test matches, the Indian cricket team registered a win for the ages as they won the Border/Gavaskar Trophy by a scoreline of 2-1. They won their second successive Test series on Australian soil.


Sharing some details about what happened on the final day of the Gabba Test, Ravi Shastri had recently said on Star Sports:

“That was unbelievable, especially on that last day. I always knew at tea time, when we were three down, that it’s pointless telling Rishabh anything. I can’t tell you what the conversation was. From upstairs I went to the loo. These 2 young boys were having a chat – Gill, and Pant. Gill had batted magnificently to set it up with a brilliant 90.”

The Aussies are scheduled to tour India this year for three T20Is and then for an ICC World Test Championship series. India will start as the favorite to win that series, but the 2024 one will be interesting because the Indian Test team will undergo many changes by then.


Fans on Twitter react to the massive announcement of India vs Australia series

Here’s how fans on Twitter reacted to the big announcement:


Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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